Four years ago, Fuchsia’s garden was transformed into an edible oasis, with chickens, swales, no-dig gardens, native trees and more… and you should see it now!
Welcome to Permablitz Melbourne!
Parsley is a must have in any self-respecting home garden, with culinary and medicinal uses that have been celebrated for centuries.
It’s been an incredibly wet start to summer – the rains came down and threatened to wash away seedlings and streets alike! That hasn’t dampened our spirits however, and we’ve been super-proud to see...
Our top science-nerd loved this book with the author’s broad perspective on land management and experimental mindset – if you’re interested in Agroforestry you should definitely check this out!
You know when you get some really good soil? And you want to tell the world about it? We want you to share your soil stories with us – so we can shout them loud and proud with everyone!
Ho ho ho – we’re coming up to the season to be jolly! And thanks to the good folk at Ben’s Bees, we’ve got a ridiculously wholesome hamper to give away – check it...
PH is tested on a scale of zero to fourteen, with zero being very acidic and fourteen being very alkaline. Most plants grow best in soil with a fairly neutral PH, between six and seven.
Nasturtium is a ridiculously easy-to-grow plant whose leaves, flowers and seeds are all edible! They also look good in the garden, repel aphids and perform a host of companion planting duties. We love ’em!
When working with your garden is important to determine whether you have drainage problems or not – you don’t want to find yourself flooded, or with plants that have rotting feet!
The coolest new thing to hit Sunbury since ’72 was the blitzing of Anne and Ian’s humble home, with straw-bale gardens and veggie beds galore!
In order to get the best out of your garden, it is important to learn as much as you can about your soil. It is after all the medium you will be growing all...